Explore these resources for further inspiration and art ideas.
A blog entry that gives a fascinating description of how a child’s drawings change as they age.
Go to this website and create your very own Jackson Pollock!
Interactive activities to help you explain visual elements and principles.
Virtual museum containing a huge resource of artworks from the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Washington DC’s National Gallery of Art showcases artists such as Degas and Fauves. Info about an artwork is provided in detail to help you understand the artist’s development.
Don’t just target the big names in capital cities – try out some other museums and galleries for useful teacher resources like this one.
Join the discussion with other Art teachers on the TES Discussion Board.
A comprehensive, browsable list of artist, their pictures and the art form applied.
A fun site, with colouring activities for young children, and serious colour technology for the older ones.
Free lesson plans, activity ideas and resources for primary teachers.
“The National Society for Education in Art and Design is the leading national authority concerned with art, craft and design across all phases of education in the United Kingdom.”